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The final ROM of What Remains is out! 🎉🎊

What Remains is an 8-bit interactive fiction and adventure video game for the about environmental issues, the manipulation of public opinion, and whistleblowing.

>VAX-11/780 mini pre-loaded with
>classics such as VMS 1.0,
>4.3BSD, Ultrix and 32v


celebration time, my book, obnoxious joy 

>latest FreeBSD SVN changes breaks resume on laptop
>spend two hours bisecting
>just forgot to recompile a kernel module

Hey! On Monday, I'll be in Coventry with Cristina Garriga. We'll discuss experimental as part of a free event from the Post-Publishing programme of the Centre for Postdigital Cultures from uni.

Come say hi :)

Are you an artist looking for commissions/collaborations? Is your medium a woodcut or engraved style? Do you like to work within very odd space constraints? Please get in touch!

Getting back into the regular routine of composing etudes. This time, I'm attempting to make my sounds "bleed" into the visual domain, something I've always wanted to get into.

Here's the first one. It's a 1MB video file, so I hope I'm not abusing the attachment system too much.

Some more info added to have Munt talk to JACK.

Recently discovered Munt, an emulator for MT32 family of pre-GM Roland MIDI synths. Seems to be used a lot for emulating the emblematic synth while playing DOS games, but works great as standalone player.

Currently enjoying CALYP32.MID, a MT-32 adaptation of Jean Michel Jarre's "Calypso 1", while doing soul crushing paperwork :)

Started to take some notes here:

Will update post if new stuff is added.

The first joint publication coming out of Varia - Networks of One's Own: three takes on taking care - is available online and can be consulted here:


With: @rra @decentral1se @manetta @ccl @entreprecariat @colm Yoana Buzova & Dennis de Bel

After like 2 years I found the time and energy to add some new (old, actually) works to P-DPA:

Check them out! I added them because I was invited to give a lecture about the archive.

Moral of the story: invite me to talk about the archive so that I can reach the goal of 100 works.

The Open Book Project

"The Open Book aims to be a simple device that anyone with a soldering iron can build for themselves. The Open Book should be comprehensible: the reader should be able to look at it and understand, at least in broad strokes, how it works. It should be extensible, so that a reader with different needs can write code and add accessories that make the book work for them. It should be global, supporting readers of books in all the languages of the world. Most of all, it should be open, so that anyone can take this design as a starting point and use it to build a better book."

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